As you may have seen at the top of this blog, I’ll be changing over to a professional newsletter generator beginning this month. When I first started sending newsletters, I used the generator that CafePress made available to shop owners, but over the past year or so I’ve gotten a little fed up with their system. Using their interface was more of a hassle than it was worth, and the end results never looked all that great anyway. So I decided to jump ship.
I’ve signed up with MailChimp to send future newsletters, and so far the experience has been better than expected. I’m able to control the graphics, the fonts and the layout which I wasn’t able to do before, and I have to say, it looks a whole lot better. I’m working on the Spring edition right now, and I’ll be sending it out sometime over the next few weeks.
If you would like to subscribe or if you were a subscriber with the CafePress version of the newsletter and need to re-subscribe, use this link. Newsletters go out quarterly, so I won’t be inundating your inbox. You always have the option to remove your name from the mailing list at the bottom of each newsletter edition, on the “Newsletter” page of my site or through this link.